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Topic - Frank Marshall Davis
Barack Obama doesn't like the word "terror" and its derivatives. Hence we discuss "overseas contingency operations" instead of the "war on terror," and we are reluctant to call the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, what it was: a terrorist act.
Did Americans really know Barack Obama when they voted to make him their 44th president? Many of them had never heard of the man until he came forward to challenge Hillary Rodham Clinton in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary.
President Obama is siding with Israel's enemies. He is slowly fracturing America's long-standing alliance with the Jewish state and leaving it isolated on the world stage.
"I think we're going to hell in a handbasket." That comment was uttered at a recent public gathering here in Washington by Paul Kengor, political science professor at Grove City College and a best-selling author. In "Dupes: How America's Adversaries Manipulated Progressives for a Century," he presents mountains of research lending some credence to his above-quoted verdict on the country's direction.